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Zip
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To make, or move with, such a sound. A hissing or sibilant sound such as that made by a flying bullet. ZIP: (Computers) extension ZIP, extension of an archived file co
ZIP code
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ZIP code: Area code, coded number which is meant to speed up mail delivery by facilitating easy identification of particular areas or regions
ZIP extension
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ZIP extension: Extension for an archive file compressed by the program ZIP
Ziphioid
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Ziphioid: See Xiphioid.
Zipi Livni
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Zipi Livni: (born 1958) Israeli Foreign Minister in the Israeli 31st government
Zipporah
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Zipporah: Daughter of Jethro and the wife of Moses (Bible) female first name
Zirco-
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Zirco-: A combining form (also used adjectively) designating zirconium as an element of certain double compounds zircono- as in zircofluoric acid, sodium zircofluoride.
Zircofluoride
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Zircofluoride: A double fluoride of zirconium and hydrogen, or some other positive element or radical as, zircofluoride of sodium.
Zircon
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Zircon: A mineral occurring in tetragonal crystals, usually of a brown or gray color. It consists of silica and zirconia. A red variety, used as a gem, is called hyacinth
Zircon light
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Zircon light: A light, similar to the calcium light, produced by incandescent zirconia.
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